Dustin Tingley is Professor of Government in the Government Department at Harvard University. He received a PhD in Politics from Princeton and BA from the University of Rochester. His research has spanned international relations, international political economy, climate change, digital education and data science, with most focus now on the politics of climate change. His book on American foreign policy with Helen Milner, Sailing the Water’s Edge, was published in fall 2015, and was awarded the Gladys M. Kammerer Award for the best book published in the field of U.S. national policy. Recent projects include attitudes towards global climate technologies and policies, low carbon community transitions, and the intersection of causal inference and machine learning methods for the social sciences. He teaches courses on data science, international relations, and climate change.